Clamor noun \ˈkla-mər\

a : a loud continuous noise (such as the noise made when many people are talking or shouting)

Even when the lice, head lice and body lice, crazed her so that she became as wild as one of the big rats that plundered the barracks at daybreak looking for carrion, she rubbed and scratched and kicked and bit and rolled without a whimper. But now Magda’s mouth was spilling a long viscous rope of clamor.

The Shawl paragraph 10

Magda was now making a loud and continuous noise. She was crying basically like she never did before.

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